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How to hide 'no actions' on BDC toolbar

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 26, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

On my BDC list web part, I want the pager feature on the toolbar, but not the 'actions' drop down on the toolbar itself, since it never has any actions in it.

Follow up bonus question, why does that 'Actions' option appear there anyway?  It never has any actions that I can find.

Can you actually assign some sort of action there (as opposed to the line items actions in the web part).



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